T.H.I.N. is in.

If you haven’t already. go check out the new blog from The Health Institute of Nutrition for down to earth factual analysis and advice such as this:

  1. If you are a fat person, be sure to choose a physician who is aware of your size and its dire implications about you as a person. If your doctor fails to comment on your weight within five minutes of arriving, he may have poor eyesight. If he offers to treat the problem you came in with instead of telling you to stop eating doughnuts, he may not be a real doctor.
  2. If you are a thin person, be aware that when you go to a doctor, you may be forced to suffer through an actual examination and then be subjected to a course of treatment which can include prescription drugs and even—in extreme cases—surgery. Unlike a fat person, your problems are complex and do not have an easy solution

and this:

    Many people are familiar with the well-known and very good fact that “white foods” such as rice, bread, and potatoes are extremely unhealthy for you. In scienterrific terms, this is because they contain “empty calories“, special calories that are chemically formulated to not provide you with any energy or sustenance but instead convert directly into fat.

    The rough formula is that for every one pound of rice or pasta you eat, you will gain five pounds of fat. This is caused by chemistry.

    Many people also know that the absolute worst thing you can do—worse than killing a million baby kittens on Christmas—is drinking your calories. Liquid calories such as the ones found in soda and juice are terribly unhealthy. It works like this: “calories” are actually units of heat energy. For any type of matter, the liquid state exists at a higher temperature than the solid state.

    Therefore, liquid calories count double as compared to solid ones.

    So, what do you get when you combine the dangers of a white food with liquid calories?

    A tall frosty glass of death.

    Or, as it’s more commonly known, MILK.

    The link between milk and death has long been established. Consider that the first generation of Americans known to drink milk was also the first generation of Americans to suffer the heartbreak and indignity of mortality. This pattern has continued unabated through the ages, to the point where there are now over three hundred million people living in America and every one of them is expected to die at some point.

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3 Responses to “T.H.I.N. is in.”


  1. 1 cynth Sunday, 3 February 2008 at 3:53 am

    T.H.I.N is first blog I check each day. I need my morning to start with a good laugh.

  2. 2 ihtys Sunday, 3 February 2008 at 8:12 am

    so funny:)

  3. 3 thenewsconduit Sunday, 3 February 2008 at 2:47 pm

    “Many people also know that the absolute worst thing you can do – worse than killing a million baby kittens on Christmas – is drinking your calories.”

    Unfortunately, I can’t let such a blatant lack of research on your part be unchallenged. Obviously the absolute worst thing you can do is to kill a million baby kittens on Christmas, blend them into a lovely kitten smoothie THEN proceed to drink said smoothie.

    But apart from that, great blog!


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